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Posted at 7:58 AM ET, 01/26/2007

Morning Mix: Kidman in On-set Car Crash

By Liz Kelly

Headlines: Nicole Kidman fine after on-set car crash (video)... Bruce Willis bruised on "Die Hard" set... Miss USA Tara Conner to tell all on "Today"... Gwyneth Paltrow apologizes to kids for not being Britney Spears... In a moment of clarity, Sienna Miller says she's only famous for her romance with Jude Law... Elizabeth Taylor contributes to Hillary Clinton's campaign... Spike Lee directing drama pilot for NBC... Special Olympics praises "American Idol" for equal-opportunity bashing; Season one runner-up Justin Guarini surfaces on "Idol" commentary show... Michael Jackson says he digs Japan enough to charge fans money to meet him... James Brown's children say singer's estate was mismanaged... Muhammad Ali buys home near Louisville... B.B. King hospitalized for undisclosed reasons in Texas.

Rumor Mill: Lindsay Lohan spotted taking another break from rehab... George Clooney and Pamela Anderson? No way... Kate Hudson and Owen Wilson back together?... "Girls Gone Wild" creator tried to buy back new Paris Hilton video.

By Liz Kelly  | January 26, 2007; 7:58 AM ET
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First! whooooooo!

I saw that on another blog and thought it was cute.

Posted by: petal | January 26, 2007 11:19 AM | Report abuse

Okay, I don't care if she gave her kids silly names, Gwyneth goes on my "very cool" list. Anyone who can relate to kids that well, and have a sense of humor and fun with them gets bonus points from me! It clearly shows that she doesn't take herself too seriously, which is always a nice thing to see in celebrities.

Posted by: Cool! | January 26, 2007 12:04 PM | Report abuse

Jeez, some of us fell for Sienna Miller when she was in the unhappily short-lived TV series "Keen Eddie," so it ain't all in the tabloids.

Posted by: degatesjr | January 26, 2007 8:11 PM | Report abuse

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